The Marshalls get caught in the middle when a feuding soldier and Indian wander into the Land of the Lost.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Kathy Coleman ...
Cha-Ka (as Philip Paley)
Ned Romero ...
Lone Wolf
Captain Elmo Diggs


A pot of water Holly has boiling over the fire mysteriously goes missing while she steps away for just a second. As the situation is too odd to ignore, Jack investigates. Jack finds that it was taken by an American Indian named Lone Wolf, who has somehow made it into the Land of the Lost from 1877. What's more, the Marshalls ultimately find that they are back in a battle of the wild west as a US cavalry member, Captain Elmo Diggs, has also made his way into the Land of the Lost in tracking Lone Wolf, who he wants to take into custody. Lone Wolf's need for the pot of water is indirectly related to the charges against him by Diggs. The Marshalls find that there are two sides to every story, the truth probably sitting somewhere in the middle of Lone Wolf and Captain Diggs' accounts. The Marshalls just hope that humanity and cooperation will prevail as both Lone Wolf and Captain Diggs need each other not only for survival if they remain in the Land of the Lost, but if they are going to ... Written by Huggo

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4 December 1976 (USA)  »

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